|Euronext Brussels: TITC
|Cement and Building materials
|1902 in Greece
|Europe, America, Middle East
|Dimitri Papalexopoulos (Chairman)
Michael Colakides (Managing Director and Group CFO)
ready mix concrete
|€1.607 billion (2020)
|€286.2 million (2020)
|€37.451 million (2020)
|€2.678 billion (2020)
|€1.266 billion (2020)
|E.D.Y.V.E.M. Ltd (37.03%)
Paul and Alexandra Canellopoulos Foundation (10.09%)
FMR LLC (9.99%)
Number of employees
TITAN Group is a Greek producer of cement and building materials, producing 27 million metric tons of cement a year and employing over 5,500 people.
TITAN is a participant in the UN Global Compact (UNGC) and a core member of CSR Europe the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and the Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA).
The Group’s parent company is TITAN Cement International (TCI), a Belgian company listed on Euronext Brussels, Euronext Paris and Athens Exchange. TITAN Cement International became TITAN Group’s parent company following the successful completion of a Voluntary Share Exchange Offer submitted to the shareholders of TITAN Cement Company S.A., the Group’s former parent company, which is based in Greece. The statutory seat of TCI is in Brussels, while its seat of management is in Cyprus.
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